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Radiators Live at Tipitinas on 2001-11-24


Topics Live concert


- 1st Set -
01. I Like it Lke That (Dave introduces guests as 'My boys, the Horny Toads')
02. Smoking Hole ->
03. (? tease: 'when i look outside my window') Make Fire, Make Light
04. How Far to the Horizon
05. (Ed noodle intro) -> Out on the Western Plains ->
06. Last Getaway
07. Cocktail Music
08. Long Way Down
09. Wild & Free ->
10. You Can't Take it With You -> LSD chant -> Grow Fins -> Land of 1000 Dances -> YCTIWY finale

- 2nd Set -
01. Walk on Guilded Splinters ->
02. Come Together
03. Blues Jam: the Night Time is the Right Time/Baby What You Want Me to Do?
04. Trick Bag
05. Carnival Time
06. Magic Bus
07. Shoo Fly
- Encore -
08. Junco Partner *
09. 0.44 Blues


Collection Radiators
Band/Artist Radiators
Date November 24, 2001
Venue Tipitinas
Location New Orleans, LA

Source SBD Patchbay RCA analog -> Sonic AD2K+ at +24 Gain, 24 bits, 48KHz -> Digigram VxPocket soundcard in Sony VAIO C1VPK Picturebook -> Sonic Foundry Sound Forge 5.0 (edit; normalize; reduce word length; resample) -> MKW Audio Compression Tool v0.97b1 (Lossle
Taped by Randy Vogel
Transferred by Randy Vogel


Notes

the Lineup:
Camile Baudoin: guitar, vox;
Frank Bua: drums;
Dave Malone: guitar, vox, percussion;
Reggie Scanlan: bass;
Ed Volker: keyboards, vox.
With Guests:
Derek Huston: sax - entire show
Stanton Moore: drums (Frank moves to percussion tree up front) *;
Mark Mullins: trombone - entire first set;
Cyrille Neville: percussion, vox - entire second set;
George Porter, Jr.: bass, vox - entire second set.

Recording Info:
SBD Patchbay RCA analog -> Sonic AD2K+ at +24 Gain, 24 bits, 48KHz ->
Digigram VxPocket soundcard in Sony VAIO C1VPK Picturebook ->
Sonic Foundry Sound Forge 5.0 (edit; normalize; reduce word length; resample) ->
MKW Audio Compression Tool v0.97b1 (Lossless shn data compression and checksum computation)

Thanks to Kenny Samuels for the great sound mix!

Reviews

Reviewer: Forkbeard - - September 10, 2005
Subject: Hard to beat this one!
The sound quality equals or excedes that of any show I have obatined from the archives. It's really that good. It's playing on my main system right now, and it's throwing a clear and coherent stereo image.

Rads lay it down big time as usual. The guest horns really fatten up the sound. Porter on bass. Extra percussion details all over the place. Is there anything better in this world than seeing and hearing the Radiators at Tipitina's?
Reviewer: Forkbeard - - September 10, 2005
Subject: Hard to beat this one!
The sound quality equals or excedes that of any show I have obatined from the archives. It's really that good. It's playing on my main system right now, and it's throwing a clear and coherent stereo image.

Rads lay it down big time as usual. The guest horns really fatten up the sound. Porter on bass. Extra percussion details all over the place. Is there anything better in this world than seeing and hearing the Radiators at Tipitina's?
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